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    Lebowski

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    Re: Wu-Tang Chamber Music Fuck-in the party up in

    Message par Lebowski le Jeu 25 Mar - 22:08

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    Dernière édition par Lebowski le Dim 13 Mai - 19:07, édité 1 fois
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    GweN

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    Message par GweN le Ven 26 Mar - 16:38

    Moi j'aime, c'est frai. Simple et efficace
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    GTD

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    Message par GTD le Ven 26 Mar - 16:40

    Gros foutage de gueule.
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    Message par Wilson Fisk le Ven 26 Mar - 17:22

    Moi aussi j'aime bien

    Après je sais pas ce que vous en attendiez, mais moi pas plus

    Meilleur que le Deck


    Après j'suis d'accord sur le concept de chier sur RZA pour ce qu'il a fait sur 8 Diagrams et rien balancer de révolutionnaire derrière
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    Message par Admin le Ven 26 Mar - 18:00

    Inspectah Deck, damn, awful...
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    Malamati

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    Message par Malamati le Ven 26 Mar - 21:57

    ouai bon c'est pas aussi pourri que je pouvais le penser. Enfin ça passera pas 3 fois dans mon lecteur...
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    Message par GweN le Sam 27 Mar - 17:17

    Réécoutez le Wu Massacre, ya du lourd dessus à la 2ème écoute et du gros beat
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    Message par black eagle le Sam 27 Mar - 18:13

    Je suis d'accord avec Gwen y a du bon quand dessus !
    Déja ca commence bien fort avec Criminology 2.5.
    Aprés certaines tracks ont été un peu baclé mais y a de la bonne came faut pas se voiler la face.
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    Message par Hooks le Sam 27 Mar - 18:39

    C'est net qu'il y a quelques gros gros sons, perso j'en retiens cinq qui vont bu bons au tres bons (Criminology, Mef vs Chef, Dangerous, Pimpin Chipp et Miranda).

    Mais bon sortir un skeud avec aussi peu de tracks alors qu'il sont trois, avec des feats, c'est vraiment abusé, surtout qu'il y a deux skits et que les sons tournent en moyenne autour de 2min50 quoi c'est du foutage de gueule quand meme.
    Pis y a quand meme du dechets (Gunshowers par ex).

    L'album est honnête, mais vu l'affiche, vu comment ils ont fait attendre le truc et tout l'reste j'suis fort déçu c'est clair et net.
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    Message par Malamati le Sam 27 Mar - 19:19

    Criminology c'est une blague? Honteux.

    Non mais justement vu l'affiche y'avait rien à espérer de +. Le Wu sans Rza c'est de la merde en branche.
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    Message par Hooks le Sam 27 Mar - 19:23

    Bah justement j'pensais qu'ils allaient vouloir faire leur truc a eux, et sortir un gros trucs pour prouver qu'ils etaient toujours la.. mais bon apparement j'ai été fort naïf sur ce coup What a Face
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    Message par Malamati le Sam 27 Mar - 21:06

    ah ah ouai. Ce sont des crétins ces gars là faut pas oublier ça...
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Jeu 1 Avr - 16:12

    Tjs pas écouté l'album en entier par contre j me suis commandé le putain de t-shirt qui va avec, j pourrai faire le kéké au stade cet été ^^
    http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/store/detail.asp?=Rocksmith-x-Be-Street-x-Wu-Tang-Clan-Wu-Massacre-LIMITED-EDITION-Rocksmith-Tokyo&UPC=RSWU01STS

    Voilà une review ghostwritée par Malamati je pense^^

    When the concept of Wu-Massacre was announced last year, I
    shrieked like a little schoolgirl. What Wu stan wouldn't? A
    collaborative effort by three members of the Wu-Tang Clan, as opposed
    to yet another solo album? The posse cuts on the solo albums were
    typically the highlight anyway: the members of the Wu-Tang Clan
    sounded (mostly) good alone, but when combined with their brethren, it
    was akin to mixing chemicals and having the beaker explode with
    joy and/or spunk. So when I first heard that Method Man, Ghostface
    Killah, and Raekwon would be joining forces to battle the dark side, I
    was, obviously, excited. There was even an article where Ghost was
    quoted as saying that these three are not forming a new group,
    because they were already in the Clan, leading me to believe that Wu-Massacre wouldn't betray the original
    intentions of the Wu: to take over the game using creativity instead of
    cliché.


    Wu-Massacre quickly jumped to the top of
    the list of Wu-Tang Clan projects that I actually wanted to hear.
    (Astute followers of HHID will notice that, as of this writing, I still
    haven't written about Ghost's Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry In
    Emerald City, the posthumous Ol' Dirty Bastard “album”, or
    Inspectah Deck's Manifesto. Just because I love the Wu doesn't
    mean that I need to go batshit crazy about every album, you know. I
    still haven't reviewed the first Afro Samurai soundtrack,
    either.)


    And then the concerns started appearing.


    First of all, Wu-Massacre was going to be released on Def
    Jam Records, a label that (a) has had issues in the past with marketing
    Method Man and Ghostface Killah albums (Raekwon is essentially an
    A-list indie rapper), and (b) sucks balls today, with its emphasis on
    artists such as Rick Ross. But that was still workable, because Def Jam
    is still a major, and that just means that there may be more facings
    of Wu-Massacre on store shelves at Best Buy. This
    could still work.


    And then the tracklisting leaked. Wu-Massacre only features twelve tracks, two
    of which are (what I assume as unnecessary) skits. Ten tracks total.
    Well, that isn't a big deal, right? Put our three hosts on every track,
    with the occasional guest (names such as Deck and (ugh, really?)
    Cappadonna were thrown about), and ten tracks could stretch out fairly
    easily. It's better to have Wu-Massacre half short and twice strong,
    right? All killer, no filler?


    When I read about who would be contributing
    beats to Wu-Massacre, a sinking feeling started to seep
    in, because the only person I actually wanted to see on the
    fucking album, The Rza, only handled the beat on one song. I
    realize that the guy is busy, but if music is his first love, one would
    think that Bobby Digital would
    have some extra instrumentals lying around in the lab that he could
    hand over to the guys he broke through with. But, sadly, even this
    is something I can work around: it isn't as if The Rza is known these
    days to handle an entire album that isn't his own.


    Man, Wu stans can rationalize everything,
    can't they?


    Excitement on the Interweb reached a boiling
    point when the album artwork leaked, as it is fucking badass.
    Comic book fans especially were thrown for a loop, as Wu-Massacre now held the promise of being the
    comeback Wu-Tang Clan album that fans have been waiting for ever since
    the disappointing (to everyone else, maybe, but not me) 8 Diagrams
    dropped. Even with Def Jam leaking single after single to various
    blogs, I remained as amped up for Wu-Massacre as I was for the Slaughterhouse
    album. There was no way that this album could be a complete
    fuck-up, right?


    And then Wu-Massacre rushed out of the faucet. And
    mixed in with the praise of Meth, Ghost, and Rae's latest opus were
    some very detailed criticisms of the project.


    And then Method Man apologized for Wu-Massacre, saying that Def Jam rushed the
    final product (which is weird, since it was originally supposed to drop
    back in December but was pushed back to today) and that he, Ghost, and
    Rae didn't get to make the album that they wanted. Meth also told
    whoever would listen that there wasn't a time when all three rappers
    appeared in the same room together while creating Wu-Massacre, as they were all busy with other
    commitments (Rae, in particular, was too busy pimping Only Built 4
    Cuban Linx...Pt. II). It was also revealed that our three hosts for
    the evening had nothing to do with the promotion for the album:
    the label took the reigns and handled it all, implying that they also
    had no input on the cool-as-fuck artwork and that Wu-Massacre, as a whole, was a Def Jam
    construct more so than an actual album.


    Fuck.


    1. CRIMINOLOGY 2.5
    I remember when “Criminology 2” (or “Criminology
    '09”) first hit the Interweb as a way to promote Raekwon's last album Return
    To Relevancy. I even mentioned in the comment box (back when I
    still had one, before it just became ridiculous to maintain) that I was
    underwhelmed. Today, I still am, but the funny thing, is, this is
    an entirely different song. While there isn't any way to top
    the original (from Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...), a good effort
    would have, I don't know, actually included Raekwon, since it's his
    fucking song and all; instead, he appears to have gone A.W.O.L. on
    the very first track on Wu-Massacre. (Which is even weirder when you
    consider that Ghostface Killah is speaking directly to the Chef at the
    beginning of the track.) For the record, “Criminology '09” adhered very
    closely to its predecessor's formula, with BT's beat trying its best
    to not flat-out copy The Rza's handiwork, and the original “Criminology
    2.5” that Def Jam leaked to Blogland was “Criminology '09” with a
    Method Man homage to the original track tacked onto the end: the
    version that actually made the final cut retains Meth's verse, erases
    Rae (that's right, regardless of how it reads on the back cover,
    the Chef fails to appear on this track), and alters Ghostface entirely:
    instead of his original contribution, his verse from Rae's “The
    Badlands” (a European bonus track from Return To Relevancy)
    opens the album instead. What the fuck? The fact that all three
    stars now fail to appear on the very first fucking song on Wu-Massacre concerns me more than a little
    bit.


    2. MEF VS. CHEF 2
    For the most part, the Wu-Tang Clan don't do
    well with sequels. (I'm talking about sequels to individual songs, not
    album titles.) So kicking off Wu-Massacre with two follow-up tracks is
    uncharacteristic at beat. The appeal of the first “Mef Vs. Chef” (from Tical)
    was the lyrical battle that sounded as though The Rza recorded the two
    participants inside an actual boxing ring, as Meth and Rae went toe to
    toe, bar for bar (at least, until Rae flubbed his lines and threw the
    fight, a curious goof that Meth included on the album anyway). The
    Mathematics beat doesn't even try to approximate Prince Rakeem,
    meaning that both artists (Ghostface Killah, seemingly upset that his
    name isn't in the title of the song, rightfully sits this one out) are
    stuck passing the mic back and forth over a truly shitty instrumental,
    rendering all of their rhymes inconsequential. So far, this album is
    making my soul cry.


    3. YA MOMS SKIT
    Entirely unnecessary. Oh, I get it: they're
    trying to recreate the feeling of listening to the skit that preceded
    “Method Man” on Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) for the first
    time. It just isn't funny.


    4. SMOOTH SAILING REMIX (FEAT SOLOMON CHILDS
    & STREETLIFE)
    After finishing the sandwich that he picked up
    from a street vendor during the last track, Ghost tags Raekwon out and
    spits over a Ty Fyffe instrumental that he sounds custom built for. I'm
    not sure where the original version of this song ended up, but this
    remix would have worked better has Solomon Childs been erased from the
    master tapes, since his chorus is altogether terrible. Meth's
    boy Streetlife, who makes his obligatory appearance because this is, in
    fact, a Method Man album in some fashion, also performs an
    embarrassing verse, attempting to drop the names of all of the Wu
    members in a clever way, coming across as a mentally retarded follower
    of The Game. Dude, you've been rhyming since Tical: there's no
    excuse for you to sound like a fucking rookie now.


    5. OUR DREAMS
    Finally, Wu-Massacre supplies listeners with a song
    that features all three of our hosts: fittingly enough, this is where
    The Rza puts in his only work behind the boards, flipping Michael
    Jackson's “We're Almost There” (are MJ's younger recordings less
    expensive than his post-Off The Wall output? Would this song
    have even happened had Jackson not passed away last year? Who knows?)
    into what I believe is one of his most boring beats ever. (Some
    would call this the work of a more mature Wu-Tang Clan. To that I say:
    who in the hell wants to hear a more mature Wu-Tang Clan?) Ghost, Meth,
    and Rae all mesh with the dull instrumental fairly effortlessly,
    though, so that counts for something. But this shit did absolutely
    nothing for me. Okay, I lied: the video for this song actually made me
    laugh, as its homage to David Fincher's Seven (which still holds
    up, by the way) has absolutely nothing to do with the subject
    matter.


    6. GUNSHOWERS (FEAT INSPECTAH DECK & SUN
    GOD)
    Digem's awkward, intermittent beat might have
    worked for a hungry mixtape rapper, but not for these established
    veterans. Rae takes yet another nap (I hope he gets his narcolepsy
    treated very soon, as I'm getting worried for his well-being) while
    Meth channels the late Russell Jones on the hook. Ghostface Killah
    suffers through a cold or something: his verse sounds as though it was
    performed by Cappadonna. Sun God tries yet again to earn his father's
    respect, but Ghost pays no attention, of course, because he was nursing
    the sniffles. In a shocking turn of events, Inspectah Deck atones for
    the crappy The Resident Patient 2 by actually sounding decent.
    But when you do okay work on a shitty song, does anybody ever truly
    hear it?


    7. DANGEROUS
    Right now, I'm upset that all of the tracks Def
    Jam leaked to the Interweb from Wu-Massacre implied that Meth, Ghost, and Rae
    would appear on every song. I'm considering filing a lawsuit against
    Def Jam for false advertising. It would be one thing if this was a
    Method Man solo album “featuring Ghostface Killah and Raekwon”, but
    they all share equal billing, so what the hell, man? Anyway,
    this song is pretty awful. Apparently, the Wu-Tang Clan that I've grown
    up with has been badgered into recording material that the label
    thought would result in more sales, regardless of how well they fit
    into the Wu canon. Suckers! Nobody buys Wu-Tang
    Clan albums in 2010!


    8. PIMPIN' CHIPP
    In what is a bad sign for the trio but a good
    look for fans of Ghostface Killah, Tony Starks rides for dolo on yet
    another of his patented storytelling film treatment raps, one that
    doesn't sound quite as good as his past work, but is still quite
    enjoyable, as it probably would have fit in well on The Big Doe
    Rehab. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to discover that Wu-Massacre was made up solely of outtakes
    from the solo albums of our three hosts. The coda on here threw me off,
    but the tale itself was alright.


    9. HOW TO PAY RENT SKIT (FEAT TRACY MORGAN)
    What the fuck?


    10. MIRANDA
    This sounds as though it was dropped from the
    final tracklisting of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...Pt. II. The
    Mathematics piano loop does not grow annoying over time, and
    Rae, Ghost, and Meth all shoot the shit about women (or possibly the
    same girl). This was actually pretty ill: easily the best song
    on Wu-Massacre thus far. Hell, this will probably
    end up being the best song overall, seeing as though there are only
    two songs left.


    11. YOUNGSTOWN HEIST (FEAT TRIFE DA GOD, SHEEK
    LOUCH, & BULLY)
    In what is probably another leftover from a
    Ghost solo project, Pretty Toney leaves Method Man and Raekwon stranded
    on the side of the highway while his friends from the old neighborhood
    plan a robbery. There's nothing inherently wrong with this track,
    aside from the fact that it betrays the concept of Wu-Massacre: in fact, I found it kind of
    entertaining. I'm led to believe that a collaborative effort between
    Ghostface Killah and The Lox may prove more fruitful, relevant, and
    profitable than this album, though. Come on, you know you
    two have thought of the same idea before.


    12. IT'S THAT WU SHIT
    Wu-Massacre ends abruptly not with a posse cut
    or a sound bite from a kung-fu flick, but with a track that sounds the
    least like a Wu-Tang Clan song in the group's lengthy history.
    Ghost and Meth attempt to throw listeners some lyrical darts, but end
    up cowering in fear behind the oppressive Scram Jones regime of a beat.
    I believe that there is no worse way for this album to have
    ended, and I've listened to a lot of garbage because of this
    blog. I actually feel betrayed.


    THE LAST WORD: What the fuck have I just
    suffered through? When Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon
    announced their Wu-Massacre project last year, I admit my
    expectations may have been raised artificially higher than they should
    have been (I was still riding the high from Raekwon's comeback
    project), but the only thing that these three manage to massacre is the
    idea that anybody in the Wu-Tang Clan is still capable of recording a
    quality piece of work. Almost every single song on Wu-Massacre fucking sucks: every track
    sounds as though it was patched together in a hurry (which, admittedly,
    they were), as though Def Jam was putting together a mixtape to
    advertise a future joint album between these three, but no, this
    is the actual final product, and man, is it fucking disappointing.
    Having an “album” of this magnitude come in at less than thirty
    minutes in length is very fucking questionable. The idea of
    limiting yourself to only ten tracks is admirable only if most
    of the songs click. It seems that Def Jam put more thought into the
    (awesome) album artwork than it did the actual music on the plastic
    disc within the jewel case. Raekwon only appears on four out of twelve
    tracks: that may prove to be the smartest move he has made in his
    entire career. The brunt of this travesty is handled by Ghostface
    (nine tracks) and Method Man (eight tracks), which makes sense when you
    consider that these two are actual Def Jam employees, but they clearly
    were not entirely focused on what they were doing. Wu-Tang Clan
    fans will snatch this up anyway, but I'm here to warn you that you
    will not enjoy it. (Remember, nobody purchases albums
    just so they can have the artwork.) All Wu-Massacre has done is piss me off. All I can
    hope is that Rae, Meth, and Ghost atone for their misdeeds very soon,
    preferably on an indie label that won't fucking rush the product.


    I realize that a large number of music critics
    are jumping aboard the Wu-Massacre bandwagon, possibly in an attempt
    to trick consumers into actively supporting artists who actually deserve
    the attention. While that is an admirable reason, and while I
    would love to see Wu-Massacre move more than one million units
    (as it may convince Def Jam to release more of these type of projects),
    I can't recommend that you two actively seek this album, as the path
    will lead only to sadness. Sigh.


    WISHFUL THINKING: Since we've seen the worst of
    what the Wu has to offer, the next logical step would be to try this
    concept again, but this time with Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, and
    Gza/Genius. Not only would a collaboration between these three be
    easier to pull off (none of them are signed with a major anymore), it
    could also reignite interest in the unsung heroes of the Clan
    (yeah, I'm merely including Deck in that category because of his past
    work and not his current output). They could even use the Three The
    Hard Way crew moniker that Meth, Ghost, and Rae were going to
    originally call themselves. If they take their time and hire quality
    producers (I'm realistic, so not every track needs to be handled by The
    Rza, but the Clan's leader should do more than just one fucking track)
    and convince the other group members to stop by and drop a verse or
    two, they could create a companion piece to Wu-Massacre that could eradicate the
    memory of what I just listened to and reinvent the Wu-Tang Clan at
    the same time. Just a thought, fellas.
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    Message par Wilson Fisk le Mer 28 Avr - 12:04

    RZA a confirmé sur Twitter que Liquid Swords 2, produit par lui-même, sortira cet été
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Mer 28 Avr - 12:17

    cet automne (fall)
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    Message par Wilson Fisk le Mer 28 Avr - 12:30

    Pourquoi j'ai dis cet été
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Mer 28 Avr - 12:31

    t'es pressé^^
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Mer 28 Avr - 12:35

    By the way... REVENGE OF THE 9TH PRINCE est pas mal du tout!! j vous le conseille
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    Message par Malamati le Mer 28 Avr - 14:48

    envoi un lien stp. mais ya beaucoup de son connu non?
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Mer 28 Avr - 16:53

    j sais pas... j crois pas c'est un nouveau skeud, y a juste la version promo qui tournait. en tt cas y a 2-3 sons qui pètent vraiment bien, un bon feat de RZA...
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    Message par GweN le Ven 30 Avr - 10:22

    Parait que GZA pense à un Liquid Swords 2
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    Message par Wilson Fisk le Ven 30 Avr - 11:01

    Monsieur a écrit:RZA a confirmé sur Twitter que Liquid Swords 2, produit par lui-même, sortira cet automne
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    Message par GweN le Ven 30 Avr - 11:17

    Monsieur a écrit:
    Monsieur a écrit:RZA a confirmé sur Twitter que Liquid Swords 2, produit par lui-même, sortira cet automne

    Autant pour moi ! A voir ce que ça va donner
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    Message par JP Kof Kof le Lun 10 Mai - 17:23

    ça a beau être du bronze nazareth typique qui change pas de d'habitude, j suis encore à attendre ça comme une pucelle attend sa première pétée

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    Message par Malamati le Lun 10 Mai - 17:47

    pour du 60 second assassin c'est décevant.
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    Message par Wilson Fisk le Mar 11 Mai - 13:05



    1. Roll with Killer Bees - Yellow Jackets
    2. Headline -
    Armel, 12 O'Clock, Rev. Burke, & PSunn
    3. Assed Out - Wu-Tang
    Clan
    4. Dirts the Boogie - ODB and Boy Jones
    5. You Must be
    Dreaming - Bobby Digital and Kinetic 9
    6. M.E.F. - Johnny Blaze
    7.
    Smooth Sailing - Trife, Solomon & Ghost
    8. Get it Started -
    Nate, King Just & YC
    9. Faced Down - Streetlife
    10. Testimony -
    Priest and Remedy
    11. Action - Solomon Childs
    12. No Game Around
    Here - Killer Bees
    13. Into You - Rev. Burke and Rugged Monk
    14.
    Trasporting - JoJo and Remedy
    15. Flight of the Killer Bees - Rev.
    Burke and PSun
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    Spect

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    Re: Wu-Tang Chamber Music Fuck-in the party up in

    Message par Spect le Mar 11 Mai - 15:55

    c'est quoi ce truc encore ? en tout cas on peut pas dire que les covers ne sont pas soignées lol
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    JP Kof Kof

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    Re: Wu-Tang Chamber Music Fuck-in the party up in

    Message par JP Kof Kof le Mar 11 Mai - 16:26

    volume 3 de Wu-Tang Killa Bees après l'essaim et le dard, le pollen^^
    j'ai écouté les snippets c'est pas vraiment du wu pur jus à part quelques titres mais dans l'ensemble c'est pas horrible. faut voir les chansons entières, l'enchaînement 3-4-5-6 a un beau casting...
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    Malamati

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    Re: Wu-Tang Chamber Music Fuck-in the party up in

    Message par Malamati le Mar 18 Mai - 0:49

    Le 60 second assassin est dispo. ça se laisse écouter.
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    GweN

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    Re: Wu-Tang Chamber Music Fuck-in the party up in

    Message par GweN le Ven 25 Juin - 13:10

    Killa Beez 3 est dispo

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